Business, Real Estate, and Construction Law
Willamette University (B.A.); Chapman University School of Law (J.D.)
State Bar of California;
United States District Court, Central District of California
Caroline is an attorney at Manly & Stewart whose practice emphasizes real estate, construction, and business litigation and transactions. Her formula for success is premised on her unwavering commitment to the clients’ goals, and her rational, proactive approach to handling cases. Caroline’s track record includes being instrumental to successful resolutions involving multi-million dollar construction defect litigation, complex landlord/tenant disputes, municipal code violations, insurance coverage disputes, real estate and land use litigation, contract negotiations, general business disputes, and personal injury litigation. Caroline received her Bachelor of Arts in Rhetoric and Media Studies from Willamette University. In conjunction with her studies at Willamette, Caroline served as an aide to Oregon Senator Bev Clarno. After obtaining her undergraduate degree, Caroline served as a legal assistant and analyst for Jon Wellinghoff, the current Federal Energy Regulatory Chairman. Thereafter, Caroline graduated from Chapman University School of Law earning her J.D. and an Emphasis Certificate in Environmental, Land Use, and Real Estate Law. During law school, Caroline was invited to participate in Law Review, served as an officer of Queen’s Bench (an organization promoting the education and advancement of women in the law), and worked as a law clerk at Manly and Stewart, and Hollins Schechter. Coupled with her formal legal education, Caroline has over eight years of experience working in the legal field. She has also volunteered her time at the Family Violence Law Clinic, and has achieved successful results for its clients. Caroline is admitted to the California State Bar and United States District Court, Central, and is an active member of the Orange County Bar Association.